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be more fitting to do so on this side of the rotunda and honor some of the presidents of that arnie knew so well. president gerald ford used to say "you know arnie's army." president ronald reagan. and of course president eisenhower who did a lot for the game of golf. the story goes that eisenhower i asked to play the winner of the 1968 masters championship. that turned out to be arnold palmer. those 18 holes marked the beginning of a lasting friendship. welcome and thank you for being here, ladies and gentleman. [applause] >> ladies and gentleman, please stand for the presentation of the callers by the united states -- the presentation of the callers by the united states armed forces guard. ♪ >> present! >> o say can you see by the dawn's early light what so proudly we hailed gleamingilight's last whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? and the rockets bursting in air gave proof through the nights that our flag was still there o say does that star-spangled banner yet wave the land of the free and the hom
. the campaigns working hard to shape these early con sen uses arnie vent to make sure the story got out before the story finished happening. >> that's interesting. it's not like the next morning you can get a sense from the morning papers and networks what the flow was. you can see it real time. i had in the course of the debates, you know, the obama team e-mailing me saying, i saw your tweet about this. trust me, we feel, this that or the other. fighting that narrative as they see it real time. >> absolutely. >> in terms of an organizational tool, how do you think they used it? is that something that factored into a turnout operation? >> in 2008, barack obama tweeted once, please remember to vote. that was it. and now they are certainly using it to reach supporters and the most retweeted tweet in history that night was his tweet of an image that they had won, image of him hugging michelle and hundreds of thousands of his followers and fans retweeted that. >> we'll take a quick break and be right back with buzz feed's editor in chief, ben smith. >> tonight in this election, you, the american p
, to the delight of us, and of course all of arnie's army. the manager of ing put together matches and exhibitions all over the world. we traveled together, laughed together, play together and remained close friends. whether it was oakmont or many other times we competed, arnold always treated me as a competitor, but more importantly as a friend. i am honored to still call him a dear friend 50 years later. we have competed in numerous events. everything from majors to endorsements, a golf course design, you name it. we have competed. but i promise you, if there was ever a problem, i knew arnold had my back and i knew i had his. that is an arnold palmer i will never forget. arnold palmer was the every day man's hero. from a modest upbringing, arnold embodied the hard-working strength of america. arnold is one of the game's all- time greatest competitors, and he came along when golf needed him most. he played a game we could all appreciate. people love when he played from the rough, not like they did come up but they could only dream they could recover like he did. when tv first embraced the game of
is assistant secretary arnie's duncan's primary advisor. before she joined the department of education she was vice president of the education trust in washington, dc and was the founding executive of education trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. as i said, our moderator is not always our lieutenant governor, of course he needs to introduction -- no, i get to say something. i get to say something. as everyone in this room knows, youngest mayor in 100 years, right? youngest mayor in 100 years when he was elected 10 years ago and he has
about, as arnie says as well, get out there and teach in the communities, it can't happen from washington. over the last year alone, we've seen a 34 percent increase just between 2010 and 2011 on bullying and harassment cases. 32 percent of those are about sexual or gender based stereotyping and harassment, 41 percent on disability and 40 percent on race and national origin. we've just started monitoring those trends since 2009 we've been collecting those data. so it appears that while historically we were doing a lot more on things like disability harassment, it's actually a kind of racial harassment that in fact might be getting worse and certainly getting a lot more obvious. one of the ways that we have partnered, department of education and department of justice was right here at the university of california in san diego where you might have heard about the compton cookout and the alleged noose in the library and we have heard similar instances in california and elsewhere, things like (inaudible) the kinds of resolutions and remedies we seek are not just about ensuring th
she was. now, you have people like arnie duncan over at education who are tremendous great communicators, did a lot and who can amplify the president's message. vilsack at agriculture. these are really good, solid people. they were uniquely underutilized. there are endangered species i've seen more in the last year than i have lisa jackson the head of they yay who is a fantastic administrator. >> rose: david brooks, let me go back to the debt problem of which you have said the national debt problem is a medicare problem. what should we do now about health care? >> well, i have my own preferred approach which i have no confidence in which is the premium support approach which is basically what mitt romney -- but say romney loses, there's still another approach proposed by people which basically depends on getting rid of the fee for service system. as long as we're paying for quantity, not quality, we're going to have a problem. and as long as people are unwilling to face end-of-life issues we're going to have a problem andthat's a moral national conversation and by the way i
. spokesperson for arnie duncan said this. almost unbelievable. to make student loans available to as many people as possible. this sounds like what barney frank said in 2003, 2004, 2005. >> bob: the alarmists around the table are nervous here. only 11% of the student loans are over 90 days late. >> eric: higher than any other time. >> bob: in the middle of a recession. coming off a recession rather. to have jesse waters go out with floozzys and says that represents college -- >> eric: the government demands no collateral no, credit -- >> bob: so what? >> eric: how about this one? the parents, the parents plus program. a parent can take out a loan for the kid's student debt but the kid graduates from college. he is not on the hook for the loan. if he walks away he keeps he his job and no loan. >> brian: they are hoping they walk away and the government has to pay for everything. staggered to find out 20 million kids go to school and 12 million borrow money to go to school. the question is as senator corker brought up, should we pile debt on the students? well meaning kids that want to go to schoo
, shirley, you nearly broke my -- arnie, pass me them pickles, will you? most of the time people don't call me names, or confront me, people who are racist. but they'll do other things. and it's the same thing. in "one false move," pluto's not going to say, "i don't like the relationship of you and ray" to fantasia but you'll see it in his responses and his looks. we can buy all the blow we want when we get there. we'll be safe. pluto will take care of us. we'll be safe, baby. i have had offers, several offers from the studios wanting me to do things that are very hollywood, and really slick. and it somehow escapes me as to why they've come to me. i don't know what they saw in the movie that would make them think that i can do those films, or that i would want to do those kinds of films. (slow percussion music playing) (julie dash) "daughters of the dust" is based upon african deities, so the structure unravels and the story reveals itself in a very west african way. in the way an african rio would recount and recall and retell his family's history. i was trying to shoot in tableaux that pe
by the time of the 7 by c.s. lewis's and arnie of books. [applause] by the time i was 8 it was thought of it. when i was 9, rather peculiarly it became storm rigor by michael more:00. didn't know it wasn't a children's book but really liked it. then for a couple years the first two books of ward of the rings because that was all they had in the school library. ahead them as individual books published in nearly 50s and fellowship of the ring and the two towers. when i got to the end of the two towers i would go back and read the fellowship of the ring. when i was 12 i won the school english prize and they said you get a book. i said i would like the return of the king. [applause] i wanted to find out how is ended. what is your advice for someone that wants to write and be published. right. finish things. make a really good and publishable. send them to people who might publish them. when they come back from those people with notes saying they can't publish them send them to somebody else, someone out there is strong enough or desperate enough to publish your story. then keep writing. don't ac
himself. made fema available. hud available. even talked to the secretary of education, arnie duncan, who reached out. that is ridiculous this president has leaned in hefly, not on a partisan nature, more of a human and heart, cut through red tape and made sure that places like this here in newark, new jersey, were getting the resources we need. >> molls show this is a knife's edge election. what do you think will be the determining factor in the end? >> i think people will see the truth of what the president has done. nobody, as bill clinton said so eloquently in the democratic convention, no president since fdr inher rhett rid the kind of me, the kind of challenges people in this area really do remember, the kind of fear, the free fall of our economy. he has turned that around. cities like mine, we see it still hurting. unemployment is extremely high. but hell this is newark, new jersey's, biggest economic development period of growth since the 1950s, first new hotels in downtown in 40 years, first new office towers in 20 years, so much of that is because of our federal partnerships tha
and bob, joyce and arnie, janet and mark jacobs, jennifer and chuck, bruce and debbie and doug rightguard. erin and matt, jane and bob, marcia and dan. i want to thank all of them up for their good works and thanks to all of you for making this the most successful fund-raiser the brandsstad committee has had in history. thank you very much. i want to thank the wilder side band for their entertainment and for our baker, linzie of live, love, bake for delicious birthday treats tonight. this is a wonderful cake they put together. thank you very much. one of the big reasons for having such a great success is our and operational speaker, marco rubio. what a wonderful message he has and what a great example of the american dream. and he is an inspiration to me and so many others to continue to focus on a limited government and empowering the private sector to grow opportunities for all of our people. tonight's event, with this event, we have turned the page and we look towards the future. i have always been one that learned that you never fight the last battle or a look at the last campaign. y
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well in the education apartment with arnie donkey, sean donovan at hud, and they look like they are in a for the long haul -- arne duncan, and sean donovan and hud. dam it will be interesting to see who replaces timothy geithner at treasury. >> trying to escape. >> he has been trying to escape for a long time. i will be interested to see the type of person the president picks going forward. obviously geithner has caused consternation on the hill and i think senators and both parties will look at the nominee, whoever it may be, very hard. >> obviously, just how these nominations go and how the senate treats them, how much, treats them, will be a good early indicator of what next year is going to be like. because if they start fighting over whether the next night -- nominee for treasury secretary ones -- who knows? says something nice about j.p. morgan, then we are going to be in for a long year. >> you actually took the question away from me. i was going to ask whether you thought there was movement getting appointees confirmed in the senate. >> i am not sure i understand --
. it includes education secretary arnie duncan and state policy makers. this is thirty minutes. [applause] >> good morning, everybody. it is with great pride i have been asked to introduce governor bush this morning. we met probably over twenty five years ago, and i don't think he still has it on the resume, i was in tallahassee, and i help recruit jeb to tallahassee in 1986, i don't think he has forgiven me for that. he was the secretary of commerce for a couple of years, and after i negotiated salary then governor elect renegotiated a salary not upward but downward as it turns out. that's why he hasn't forgiven me. we became friends as he served in the administration, and in 1993, twenty years ago, after coming offer the statewide campaign, jeb and i were playing golf in miami and we went back to his house and i said, gee, jeb, i think that i'm considering running for governor. he said what? you're running for governor? i wouldn't do that if i were you. i'm going run for governor, we think long and hard about these things, i'm going do it. and that was in february of '93 and since that
the fbi. hearing from arnie now. >> caller: we're riflely concerned about identity theft, and especially as it occurs over the internet. there are -- my basic question is do any of these products that we see advertised on television and/or talk radio -- there's one prominent one starting with the letter l, and my wife knows about it. she wants me to sign up for $160 a year that will protect us from identity theft over the computer. are any of these products effective? >> guest: so it sounds like what you're talking about, one of the services that identifies when your private information may have been breached or stolen and protects you in terms of dealing with creditors or attorneys and the like, those may or may not be successful. i think the fact that your monitored and identified or notified is helpful, and it's of value, but i think what we want to do is look to prevent rather than merely react to the issue, and i think that in crowd strike, for example, identifies who the threats are, the adversaries, and stop them from attacking our networks. again, one of the strategies the u.s. g
, sandy and gary, jackie and bob, joyce and arnie, janet and mark jacobs, jennifer and chuck, bruce and debbie and doug rightguard. erin and matt, jane and bob, marcia and dan. i want to thank all of them up for their good works and thanks to all of you for making this the most successful fund-raiser the brandstad committee has had in history. thank you very much. i want to thank the wilder side band for their entertainment and for our baker, linzie of live, love, bake for delicious birthday treats tonight. this is a wonderful cake they put together. thank you very much. one of the big reasons for having such a great success is our inspirational speaker, marco rubio. what a wonderful message he has and what a great example of the american dream. and he is an inspiration to me and so many others to continue to focus on a limited government and empowering the private sector to grow opportunities for all of our people. tonight's event, with this event, we have turned the page and we look towards the future. i have always been one that learned that you never fight the last battle or a
in the education reform area. governor recognized the work of arnie duncan. it's -- of arne duncan, it's hard to take precedent. notwithstanding the fact i glue up in chicago, i think the president deserves credit. it wasn't a point of contention in the presidential race. with the exception of kind of a throw away question that jim lehrer gave to the two candidates at a debate which i would note about half of the answer on both sides ended up being about green jobs and the solyndra loan, there was virtually -- very little mention in the presidential race and i think that's unfortunate for our country. i want to come back to how we change that dynamic a little bit. however there was a lot happening in state and local races and i think that does give us a snapshot of where voters stand on many of the issues many discussed at this conference. to me there are a few take aways that education reformers should consider as we try to move forward on the ambitious agenda the governor laid out this morning. let's start with substance. we have to remember that this is about putting kids first. the politi
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